- California has a new insurance product to help close the gap in coverage for drivers driving for ride sharing companies.
- As Michigan struggles to control costs, a State Senator proposes making auto insurance a second payer to health insurance.
- $1,000 tickets for distracted driving, $500 for biking without a light and other laws to hit Ontario streets. Twelve things you need to know about Bill 31.
- Allstate says its Ride for Hire policy will cost $15 to $20 a year on average and will provide coverage for drivers using apps like Uber who get into accidents while they are on the way to pick up new fares. It said it can also help them deal with gaps in coverage between their own auto insurance and policies offered by the ride-sharing companies.
- Hundreds rally at Queens Park against cuts to auto insurance benefits on the same day Bill 91 passes.
Sunday, 7 June 2015
Insurance News - Sunday, June 7, 2015
Here are the leading auto insurance headlines from ONTARIO AUTO INSURANCE TOPICS ON TWITTER for Sunday, June 7, 2015: